Documents, evidence unveil more on Hunter Biden case

by ian


Documents released by the House Ways and Means Committee are revealing some more behind-the-scenes information into its investigation regarding Hunter Biden.

A set of highly redacted documents released by the committee unveiled a disturbing plot in the Hunter Biden saga regarding tax returns. One set of the documents showed testimony from an alleged “escort” identified as “Gulnora.”

The unredacted section of this testimony shows this person meeting up with Hunter after he booked an escort through her manager in 2017. Hunter tried to prove his identity by showing photos of his father, who at that time had only been vice president in Obama’s administration.

Gulnora described the interaction with Hunter as “weird,” and even said she was “afraid” at one point.

Another set of documents included an interview with Jeffrey Gelfound, identified as Hunter Biden’s tax accountant who helped him prepare tax returns for 2017 and 2018. The interview, conducted by the IRS investigative team in 2021 during its investigation, touched on the topic of this “Gulnora” character.

When asked about money going to Gulnora, Gelfound denied knowing who, or what, that could mean. The interview revealed that Hunter claimed these payments were business expenses and reported them as deductions on his tax returns.

The evidence continues to mount as other reports from the Treasury Department add fuel to the fire. As reported by The Daily Mail, Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) from the Treasury appear to show that Hunter may have been financially supporting a suspected Eastern European prostitution ring.

Wells Fargo reportedly identified 25 individuals linked to this potential ring and $7 million worth of suspicious transactions, “some of which included checks from Hunter that they believed may have been falsified to hide his payments to hookers from his business account.”

This trove of evidence essentially confirms previous testimony regarding some of Hunter’s financial activity.

IRS whistleblower Joseph Ziegler told the House Ways and Means Committee earlier this year about the interaction with Gulnora along with tens of thousands of dollars spent on other prostitutes and sex workers.

Other whistleblower testimony alluded to similar payments and touched on whether or not Hunter broke a law known as the Mann Act. This law prohibits state-by-state transport of “any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any sexual activity for which any person can be charged with a criminal offense.”

Another report also shows more federal involvement in Hunter’s tax investigation than previously thought. New evidence turned over to Congress shows that officials in President Biden’s Justice Department demanded a briefing from IRS agents on this criminal investigation.

What’s more, this demand was made within a month of Biden assuming the presidency, potentially marking the earliest known federal intervention into the case.

As of right now, Hunter has only been charged with three counts concerning drug use while purchasing a handgun. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.